Tripping the Rift

Season 2 Episode 13

Six, Lies and Videotape

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Aired Unknown Oct 19, 2005 on Syfy
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A surprise from Six's past revisits her while she is in jail for a crime she did not commit.

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  • Yes Bob we do want a 3th season!

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    Well this episode has everything I just love about Tripping the rift. We have the humor we love, a great shower screen with more fake tits then in Hollywood. And don't you just love that the creates of Tripping the rift has so great taste that they also just hate the new The Dukes of Hazzard movie. Oh Wee





    And yes my fellow gentlemen we all agree with bob.. we want a 3th season ! - Now .. he he ;Dmoreless

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  • QUOTES (4)

    • Gus: (about the monkey in the diamond) How did we ever get this nasty singing chimp diamond in the first place?
      Chode: Well, I won him in a game of poker. Now I know why the guy folded with four aces.

    • Chode: Here, open this in case it's a bomb.
      Gus: Oh, why not. I just finished watching Jessica Simpson in that moronic Dukes of Hazzard. What's one more bomb?

    • Chode: Aw, gee. Sheesh, you bang a chick twice a day and you think you know her.

    • Chode: What are you still doing here? You need to slam Six out of the snatch…I, I mean snatch Six out of the slammer.

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  • ALLUSIONS (5)

    • Title
      The title is taken from the 1989 movie Sex, Lies, and Videotape which has little to do with this episode.

    • Universal Man
      On one of the monitors in the scientist's lab is a depiction of Leonardo da Vinci's "Universal Man" with Haffa Dozen (the scientist's idea of the perfect woman) in place of the man. The Universal Man was da Vinci's attempt to sketch out the perfect man in terms of aesthetic properties and proportions.

    • Michael Moore
      Bob shouts "This one's for you, Michael Moore!" and beams the gun away. This is a reference to documentary filmmaker Michael Moore's film Bowling for Columbine, which looked at the topic of guns in America after the Columbine High School [shooting] massacre of 1999.

    • Going Postal
      At the post office, Whip plays an arcade game called "Going Postal". On August 20, 1986, "disgruntled" U.S. Postal Service employee Patrick Henry Sherrill shot and killed 14 employees in Edmond Oklahoma before shooting himself. The term "going postal" was coined to refer to someone who goes insane and becomes dangerous enough to kill, often in response to pressure and discontentment. There is also a violent computer game series called "Postal" where the player's goal includes killing people in various brutal ways.

    • Post Office Clerk: 4-8-15-16-23-42
      The clerk at the post office calls for customer number "4-8-15-16-23-42". This is the series of (in)famous cursed numbers from the show Lost>.

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